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With the whole world living in fear of what Donald Trump might tweet next—and wondering how it will lead to World War III—the president's account is closely watched for even the slightest clue as to his current mental state. So when he accidentally tweets something, it doesn't matter how fast he deletes it: We've already seen what he said.

Yes, on the afternoon of May 13, 2017, Trump decided to tweet the word "We," then deleted it. Was that the whole message, or was it the beginning of a tremendous tweetstorm? Because it made people feel like they'd just watched the cliffhanger ending of a prestige TV show's season finale.

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Sadly, Trump's follow-up did little to dispel the mystery. It didn't even start with the word "We"! WHAT ARE YOU HIDING, SIR?

Anyway, we can all rest easy knowing that whatever Trump deletes from his Twitter feed still goes into the National Archives. Once he's in prison, we can go back to read them and have a good laugh about the scary few months when he was in charge. Memories!

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